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The Magic Flute

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Theatre RoyalGlasgow, Scotland, G2 3QA, United Kingdom
May 04 19:15, May 08 19:15, May 10 19:15, May 12 15:00, May 14 19:15, May 16 15:00, May 18 19:15
Performers
Scottish Opera
Tobias RingborgConductor
Sir Thomas AllenDirector
Simon HiglettSet Designer
Peter GijsbertsenTenorTaminoMay 04, 08, 10, 12 mat, 16 mat
William MorganTenorTaminoMay 14, 18
Gemma Lois SummerfieldSopranoPamina
Julia SitkovetskySopranoQueen of the Night
Richard BurkhardBaritonePapageno
James CreswellBassSarastro
Bethan LangfordMezzo-sopranoSecond Lady
Sioned Gwen DaviesMezzo-sopranoThird Lady
Sofia TroncosoSopranoPapagena
Adrian ThompsonTenorMonostatos
Jeni BernSopranoFirst Lady
Tyler ClarkeTenorFirst Armoured Man
Dingle YandellBassThe Speaker (Der Sprecher)
Sion GoronwyBassSecond Armoured Man
The Orchestra of Scottish Opera
Susannah WapshottChoirmaster / chorus director
Mark JonathanLighting Designer

Sir Thomas Allen returns to Scottish Opera to revive his five-star production of Mozart’s most inventive opera.

Set in a spectacular world inspired by the Victorian futurism of HG Wells and Jules Verne, this enthralling Magic Flute perfectly balances the opera’s beguiling mix of comedy, fantasy and pantomime with a profound story of the search for wisdom, love and truth.

‘A riot from start to finish, finely crafted, vividly characterised and teeming with telling detail... and most importantly , a real hoot.’The Scotsman

A handsome prince, a damsel in distress, sorcerers, priests and a bumbling bird catcher – all are given life in Mozart’s sublime blend of lyrical love duets, folk-like ditties and the explosive coloratura of the Queen of the Night arias. The international cast includes Peter Gijsbertsen (La traviata 2017); Gemma Summerfield, First Prize winner at the 2015 Kathleen Ferrier Awards; name-to-watch Julia Sitkovetsky; and Richard Burkhard, who returns as Papageno, the laugh-out-loud role he created in 2012. Scottish Opera favourite Tobias Ringborg(The Marriage of Figaro 2016) conducts.

Running time approx. 3 hours

Sung in English with English supertitles

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